CDE project 6 section 4.4b: Jack’s story, from Claire House Children’s Hospice

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CDE project 6: the use and misuse of emotion, section 4, emotions and donors, article 4.4b.  More from this CDE project will be added to SOFII soon. This story was originally published on Ken Burnett’s blog

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